In struggle experienced, Quinton Rampage Jackson faces Tito Ortiz in November
Bellator second main category of MMA, announced a fight that can increase your number of fans. The organization, chaired by Bjorn Rebney announced a superfight between Americans Quinton Rampage Jackson and Tito Ortiz.
During Bellator 97 on Wednesday, was to promote the event. The superfight between two former UFC champions, rival organization, is scheduled for Nov. 2.
Ortiz, 38, has a record of 16 wins, 11 losses and one draw. He won the light heavyweight title at UFC Wanderlei Silva in 2000, and defended by six times, losing to Randy Couture in 2003.
He tried again to retrieve the belt, but was defeated by Chuck Liddell in 2006. The 'people's champion', as Ortiz is known, comes from three straight defeats and disseminates a new combat a year after he announced his retirement. Before he was hired by Bellator, Dana White joked his return to the UFC. "Obviously, Tito needs money, is the only reason he would come back," said the president of the Ultimate.
Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson, 35, has a record of 35 wins and 11 losses. The 'Rampage', which also made a career of Pride, attempts recovery with another organization, since it comes from three consecutive losses in the UFC.
UFC, Chuck Liddell Rampage won the fight for the light heavyweight title. Then beat Dan Henderson and unified the belt with the Ultimate Pride. But the next fight at UFC 88, he lost the sovereignty to lose to Forrest Griffin.